The Prophet by Kahlil Gibran
The prophet is a flowing narration of didatic, poetic dialogues: written by philosopher Kahlil Gibran. In it the prophet Almustafa discusses the entire gamut of life’s experiences with his hearers: life, and death; marriage, and children; prayer, love, hope and God.
Each new topic is introduced as a discourse between Almustafa and a questioner. As he answers, Almustafa uses a unique combination of: vivid imagery, moving allegory, and revealing insight to instruct his hearers.
The resulting narrative is profoundly moving as it illuminates some of the deepest longings, fears, and motivations of mankind.
December 9, 2015
poor acoustics during recording
Americans might find the reader's dialect / accent to be somewhat difficult to understand, but more unfortunate are the poor acoustics during recording which impact the resulting product.